The City of St. Augustine Public Works Department has reported to Historic City News that they will start work on a major utility infrastructure upgrade on Monday, October 3 along Avenida Menendez.
Historic City News received word that the members of the St. Johns County School Board have selected four finalists to be interviewed for the next Superintendent of the St. Johns County School District. Readers can […]
Tonight the Alpha-Omega Miracle Home held its 16th annual fundraising banquet to support the operation of its various faith-based outreach initiatives benefiting those who are the most vulnerable; single and expectant mothers, children, and the […]
In 2016, the National Park Service will observe its Centennial Anniversary, celebrating 100 years of faithful stewardship of America’s national parks.
Flagler College’s Student Government Association announced to Historic City News that they intend to hold what they are calling “a debate” between candidates for St. Augustine’s city commission in the college’s Lewis Auditorium located at […]
St Augustine artist and Flagler College alumnus Andrew Scott Wilson informed Historic City News that he will be showing select paintings during a pop-up art show on Friday, September 30, 2016 at YIELD Design headquarters […]
In the wee hours of Wednesday morning, Historic City News was informed of the death of the teenaged passenger in a single-car crash on SR-16, west of Masters Drive.
Jeremy Marquis, RLA, Marquis Latimer + Halback, Inc., and Amy Skinner, Senior Planner for the City of St. Augustine, will join Historic City News readers for the initial public meeting regarding an update to the […]
St Augustine police reported to Historic City News today that, at about 9:12 p.m. last night, Officer Frankie Shipp and Officer Michael Linsky were called to the Tiger Eleven convenience store on San Marco Avenue […]
Historic City News encourages readers to avoid using short, easy to remember, duplicate, or otherwise weak passwords for your online accounts.